Ch 3: Assessing Classroom Behavior

About This Chapter

Just like evaluating student progress with different subjects, teachers need to be ready to assess classroom behavior. This chapter offers guidelines on how to perform these assessments, as well as ideas on effective tools and other assessment strategies.

Assessing Classroom Behavior - Chapter Summary

Allow our instructors to use this chapter to explain the purposes and approaches to assessing classroom behavior. As you go through this chapter, some of the topics you will review include:

  • Behavioral assessment strategies and examples
  • The definition of target behavior
  • The steps for functional behavioral assessment

Even if you only have a limited amount of time to learn about classroom behavior assessment, our teaching resources are the most effective tools for you to use. We offer short lessons that pack in all the essential details in 10 minutes or less. Furthermore, since we keep all of the information online, you can use almost any device to access our lessons at home or on the go.

How It Helps

  • Provides structure: Behavior may seem like a subjective concept, but our lessons help you develop clear guidelines for accurately assessing classroom behavior.
  • Teaches effective strategies: By learning different techniques to review and measure classroom behavior, you can identify behavior patterns and determine ways to improve overall behavior.
  • Promotes student understanding: These lessons give you a guide on how to assess behavior, and you can explain your assessment strategy to students as you establish classroom behavior expectations.

Skills Covered

By completing this chapter, you will know how to:

  • Determine which to use for behavioral assessment
  • Establish target behaviors in your classroom
  • Outline the processes for functional behavior assessment

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